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  1. #7951
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberridge View Post
    Nice picture and composition.
    Thank you. This one is in the same zone. It's not as clean in any way. The comp is off, there's motion blur in the trees, and the lighting isn't transcendent.
    But it was fun to walk the pup, especially during the 'rona, and find new takes on the same ol' same ol'. I now have a few ideas I'm visualizing when conditions align.

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  2. #7952
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    It's amazing how many different looking shots you can get out of a great location like that just by varying the time of day or walking 30 ft one way. You absolutely nailed the other one.
    "timberridge is terminally vapid" -- a fortune cookie in Yueyang

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    "timberridge is terminally vapid" -- a fortune cookie in Yueyang

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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    Spending a couple of weeks in Sun Valley:
    I really like your natural takes that still seem to jump off the screen.

    Cool critter.












  8. #7958
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    ^^^ Awsome shots! Makes me really miss my annual ski/climb Sierra trip.

  9. #7959
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    These last two pages make me want to get out and shoot. Sweet pics yinz guys.

    Splitter, those panos are badass. How many frames did you stitch for those? Assuming they're stitched?

  10. #7960
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    I have that exact 1st picture taken over 20 years ago. Ended up having an epic on lone pine peak the next day.

  11. #7961
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    Quote Originally Posted by east or bust View Post
    These last two pages make me want to get out and shoot. Sweet pics yinz guys.

    Splitter, those panos are badass. How many frames did you stitch for those? Assuming they're stitched?
    Thanks. They are. Seems to be the only thing I do these days...

    1. 3 horizontal images: hand held
    2. 8 vertical HDR frames bracketed with 7 exposures
    3. 8 vertical frames (same as above non-HDR)
    4. 10 vertical HDR bracketed frames



  12. #7962
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    Quote Originally Posted by splitter View Post
    Thanks. They are. Seems to be the only thing I do these days...

    1. 3 horizontal images: hand held
    2. 8 vertical HDR frames bracketed with 7 exposures
    3. 8 vertical frames (same as above non-HDR)
    4. 10 vertical HDR bracketed frames
    What did you stitch and stack with? I've used Huggin in the past for pano but the latest updates have behave strangely and I kinda gave up on the whole process. The phone's built-in albeit shitty pano mode has a strong lure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boissal View Post
    What did you stitch and stack with? I've used Huggin in the past for pano but the latest updates have behave strangely and I kinda gave up on the whole process. The phone's built-in albeit shitty pano mode has a strong lure.
    In the past I've used photoshop for the stitches, but I usually stick with lightroom as it can handle some fairly large HDR panos and when it can't, I just merge the HDR frames and then stitch. It keeps the HDR as some hyper RAW photo file and I don't have to worry about exporting as a TIFF or something for data.

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    "timberridge is terminally vapid" -- a fortune cookie in Yueyang

  15. #7965
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    Rabbit Ears pass, CO


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    View from my buddy’s fire/ladder truck....
    Burlington, VT

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    Quote Originally Posted by splitter View Post
    Damn. Great colors.

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    Bird pic for Big Steve.
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    Too much with the rule of 1/3rds?
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    Too much sunburst?
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    "timberridge is terminally vapid" -- a fortune cookie in Yueyang

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    Quote Originally Posted by supermodel159 View Post
    Damn. Great colors.
    Appreciate it. I was definitely hoping for more that night.


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    Cool trailer. It looks like a teardrop on steroids.

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    "timberridge is terminally vapid" -- a fortune cookie in Yueyang

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    comet neowise over Mt Baker...



    it has a double tail... the main tail is composed of ionic gas that florescences by the sun's uvs.. the less visible tail on the left is composed of dust...
    15 sec iso 2000 f2.8
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    'To quote my bro
    "We're not K2. We're a bunch of maggots running one press at full steam building killer fukkin skis and putting smiles on our friends' faces." ' - skifishbum '08

    "Adios Hugh you asshole" - Ghostofcarl '14

    believe...

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    Nice! Here is my shot of Neowise as well in Central Oregon. Would have liked to have a longer lens for this, but currently only have an 85.

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    Nice

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